Becoming a pickup artist is a good way to wind up alone.
Is that really what you want?
I teach people to develop a real connection with the amazing woman of their choice, so they can enjoy a lifetime of happiness. Read on for the details.
Pickup artists have problems.
Men have this mental picture that a Pickup Artist is a smooth professional who is really good at working his charms with women, but it isn’t true. Men give themselves a false start by thinking like that. Generally, people who aspire to be pickup artists will be wearing masks in life. I want to really hit home with guys who think they want to become pickup artists.
Guys who think like this are looking to disguise a deeper, internal problem they are dealing with inside themselves. They might be lacking confidence, like they don’t have their shit together and feel sociably awkward. They put on these masks that they think will be attractive to women. They take on a persona what they think is an attractive guy.
When they’re out there putting on this persona, they will still carry this persona to the second date too. Eventually the girl will start to see cracks in the persona and start to see that real person that lies beneath the mask.
Why do you?
If you’re a guy who is considering becoming a pickup artist, ask yourself, “Why do I want to be a pickup artist?” What are you trying to disguise? Perhaps the first thing you should be doing is looking at the deeper issues and work to get to the core of the problem. When you are looking at that core, you need to ask how the issues are preventing you from meeting women and becoming an attractive guy. As you work on these issues and gain a better understanding you will start to become a better and more attractive person almost by default.
Be true to you.
Once you are able to present your true self the girls will start liking you for the person you are. You won’t have to worry about wearing a mask anymore or keeping up a certain persona. You’re putting a natural, attractive version of yourself out who doesn’t have a fake persona.
Another thing about pickup artists is they feed off the validation they get from women. If they’re getting validated and things are going well for them, they are on top of the world and they’re feeling like they’re the man at that moment. They feel that they’re getting validation from their other pickup artist friends or from people on their dating forum. That validation is very much short lived. As soon as things start going wrong such as a girl rejects them, then basically they go from having sky high confidence to hitting ground zero. It’s a short lived validation that gets you nowhere fast.
Always looking for more.
Wannabe pickup artists are always looking for the next best thing. Rather than meeting a cool girl and getting to know her well, so you can connect with her, they let her down and go off looking at the next big accomplishment. They ask themselves, “Can I pick up a hotter girl than this girl? “ It becomes a never ending game that leads to nowhere.
Ask yourself the hard questions.
At the end of the day, you have to think…
- What am I doing this for?
- Am I doing this so I can write up a nice story on the internet to tell all my other pickup artist friends?
- Am I doing it to brag to my mates?
- Or am I doing it because I want to meet cool girls and develop a connection with one girl?
There are a lot of reasons to not want to become a pickup artist and even more reason to concentrate on becoming a more attractive you.
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